Question about Tennessee law

Question about Tennessee law

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    Question about Tennessee law

    Don't know if anybody knows, but I haven't been able to find much on a Google search.

    I have four wooded acres. I would like to set up a one lane range for use with handguns only. At present, I don't have any long guns. Does anyone know where I can find laws regarding restrictions? Noise? Direction of travel?

    All I have been able to find so far is that it has to be 100 yards from an occupied dwelling.

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    I'm an ex-Memphian. If you are in the city limits, it's against the law. If your land is in Shelby county call the sheriff's office. Good luck

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    Shelby County. Not inside the city limits.
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    Like I said, check with the sheriff's office or call the Shelby county government office on Monday. I hope you get your land set up to shoot. I still have family in Memphis and come home several times a year. It would be nice to have a place to shoot....yeah, that's a pretty strong hint.

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